When gas leaves the compressor, the gas contains heat and compressor lubricant. Both must be removed. From the compressor, the hot gas with its entrained oil flows over the motor winding, where the gas loses some of its suspended oil, then out of the shell and through one circuit of a three-circuit heat exchanger, where it is cooled. Next, the gas passes through the oil separator and the adsorber for oil and moisture removal. From the adsorber, the high-pressure gas is supplied to the cold head through gas lines.
Through the system gas return line, low-pressure gas from the cold head flows into the compressor.
A gas line containing an internal by-pass solenoid valve connects the high-pressure line to the low-pressure line. The by-pass valve will open to prevent overloading the motor when the system gas lines are not connected to the compressor.
All compressors go though a stringent procedure taking care of the following:-
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